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Who can fathom the Spirit of the LORD, or instruct the LORD as his counselor? Isaiah 40:12-13 New International Version
It is always important to listen to Gods council every day.
One day I felt the Lord to tell me to take a different bus to work. Where the bus dropped me off meant a fifteen minute walk to work. I thought there was something God wanted to show me along the way. When I got to work I found out there was a traffic jam on the normal route and it would have taken me an extra hour to get to work and I would have been late.
One time I was offered a really good contract but felt the Lord telling me to turn it down and I obeyed. It turned out that company was very bad for cheating their workers out of their salary.
We can question the Lord but if we disobey His direction in both our daily lives, in our personal lives and in our careers we do so at our own peril.
Prayer: Please Jehovah Rohi (God our Sheppard) please always guide me in every aspect of my life and give me a heart willing to obey Your discerning Word. I request this in the name of He who was obedient all the way to the cross Jesus Christ. Amen.
May you be blessed with Gods divine love, peace and joy.
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